I’m not sure about the rest of you but I for one felt much safer back in 1985 knowing that Edward Woodward was walking the dark streets of New York City, giving his aid to those in need. Sometimes that aid came in the form of troubleshooting…and then again sometimes it came in the form of a ballistic knife or his Walther PPK. What can I say? It was the 80’s!
Though I’m sure everyone already knows this I have to mention that the rather memorable theme song for the show was composed by none other than Stewart Copeland of the Police.
You have some fond memories of the televisions shows of your youth? Then make sure to head over to the Television section of the Retroist site. Take a moment to share your own memories on some of the 21 pages of retro television!
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